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The £5.7m Go Skegness project will be starting two further improvement projects next month, aiming to make it easier for people to travel by bus, by bike or on foot.
Greetwell Road B1308 will be resurfaced overnight from 7pm to 12am, from 7 November to 11 November.
Parents in Lincolnshire are being advised to ensure their children stay away from naked flames due to the risk posed by fancy dress costumes.
The A46 will be closed northbound overnight between the Carholme Road and Riseholme Road roundabouts for resurfacing between 8pm and 5am, Monday 24 October to Friday 4 November.
Get a unique after hours curator’s tour of the Uglow/Mann exhibition with access to the BP Portrait Award
The A153 at Donner’s Corner, Tattershall Bridge will be fully closed from Monday 24 to Sunday 30 October while the road is resurfaced.
Work to introduce a more cost-effective approach to street lighting in the county will continue in and around Bourne, Stamford, Spalding and Boston over the next few months.
Families can enjoy a wide range of activities this October half term at Lincolnshire’s heritage sites.
With a rise in visits to A&E for burns and scalds in children, here’s tips on how to treat and prevent an incident.
You may get quite the fright if you explore the depths of the Victorian Prison this month…
Resident can get a preview of the new marina at sessions on the open day.
Carillion Construction has been selected as the preferred bidder to construct the Lincoln Eastern Bypass.
Works will start on Thursday 13 October to carry out repairs to the road surface of the A17 northwest of its junction with the A1121.
Head to the castle in the build up to Halloween, if you dare, with Victorian Nights of Fear 28-29 October
Would you know what to do during a severe flood, flu pandemic or long-term power cut?
Plans are coming together for a multi-million pound development creating new premises for agri-food businesses in the south of the county.
Residents are being asked for their views about a successful service that helps people stay independent at home.
You can learn skills of the Jedi and the Sith as part of a special Sci-Fi event taking place at The Collection on 22 October.
Lincolnshire’s Youth Offending Service has received national recognition for its work with young offenders and victims of crime.
A free exhibition at Lincolnshire Archives celebrates the county’s famous residents this October.
This October, The Museum of Lincolnshire Life will be full of sweet treats for half term.
From 22 October, the hall will be celebrating all things Halloween in the run up to the spookiest night of the year!
Volunteers will be involved in the practical conservation of chalk streams, helping to improve habitats of local wildlife.
It’s time for temperatures on everyone’s gas and electricity to turn up as we head into autumn – but it’s a chance to increase the savings on your energy bills too with Lincolnshire Energy Switch.
Plans are approved for the heritage service to explore new ways to make money and sustain the service for the future.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue has attended a dishwasher fire in Potterhanworth, caused by an electrical fault.
The Bailgate in Lincoln is closed from Monday 3 October for essential repairs which are expected to take up to two weeks.
Meet painter Christine Howard and ceramic artist Shaun Clark on Saturday morning (8 October) at the Heritage Skills Centre at Lincoln Castle.
Youngsters from Reepham C of E Primary School, near Lincoln, are the best in the county at recycling.
An operation to halt the sale of illegal tobacco and alcohol found hundreds of thousands of fake cigarettes and beer, wine and spirits.
Science meets dance in The Amplitude at The Collection on 7 October.
Teaming up to raise awareness of the shortage of foster carers in Lincolnshire.
When did you last have your gas boiler or heater safety checked?
More than 1,000 children have visited Lincolnshire’s Energy from Waste facility to learn how it converts waste products into electricity.
Mark Lincolnshire Day on 1 October at one of our cultural hotspots.
Three Skegness bus stops are to be improved next month, making public transport a more attractive option for travellers.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will be offering fire safety advice to landlords at an event in Grantham.
Expectant parents will be able to access free ante-natal classes in Lincoln, Sleaford and Skegness.
Welton St Mary’s Primary Academy win the Lincolnshire Schools Switch Off.
A week-long campaign is aiming to raise awareness of sexual violence in the county.